The Cerenkov detector on Pioneer 11 previously observed Crand protons above 600 MeV in Saturn's inner magnetosphere, mixed with a poorly understood background of energetic electrons. The electron count is separated from the proton counts and the first-order angular distributions are established for each species. To do this the theoretical relationships among the harmonic coefficients of the count rate is used as a function of spacecraft roll angle. The majority of the counts were electrons with energy above several MeV; i.e., with drift periods shorter than the satellite orbital resonance. The electrons have isotropic pitch angle distributions, and the protons pancake over most of the region between Mimas and the rings, although there is a small region of dumbbell proton distributions in the vicinity of Janus and epimetheus.